• Do wild animals belong in a zoo?

    What does a zoo do for wildlife? The attitude towards them in our society is changing. People are wary of seeing wild animals behind glass or chain link fence. Sea World was arguably once universally recognized as park where children can go to become in awe in front of magnificent

  • Boos and Brews!

    Helping animals while tasting good beer at Colorado’s best haunted house! HellScream’s Boos and Brews is the first event of it’s kind, with three different levels and beer tasting throughout. HellScream will be featuring beer from Nano 108 Brewery. Come get scared by zombies, skeletons, and creepy clowns while drinking

  • WildHeart completes largest wolf enclosure in US

    This project truly encompasses what WildHeart is about. After more than 10 years, Mission: Wolf is now home to the largest wolf enclosure in the United States. In June, we contacted Mission: Wolf to see if they had any projects they needed help with. Just like any wildlife sanctuary, there

  • Bolero the lion gets a new toy!

    After partnering with Pikes Peak Community College’s Zookeeping Technology program, we received a cube made from old firehose. The firehose is cut to length and weaved together, with a chain coming out of the top so it can be hanged from fencing or a pole. This thing is HEAVY! Weighing

  • WildHeart provides a log cabin for a wolf in need.

    This wolf has his very own log cabin! With a crew of dedicated volunteers, WildHeart dropped off the new house for Lyle at Serenity Springs Wildlife Center. Lyle and his wolf hybrid friend, Tarzan, were jumping for joy as they checked out the new den. Thank you to all our

  • Wolf House for Lyle

    This is Lyle! Lyle is a young wolf hybrid. He’s one of the only resident canines at Serenity Springs and lives in the midst of numerous lions, tigers, bobcats, bears, and other exotic animals. Lyle’s current shelter is a dog igloo, in which he can lounge during hot days or

  • On the road to 501(c)3

    Forming a company is difficult. Forming a not-for-profit even more so. I started really cracking down on forming the company in March 2015. I had the idea for awhile, but it’s a daunting task, and had it on hold for a long time. I started the process, did the paperwork,

  • Announcing our partnership with Animals Anonymous!

    We’re incredibly excited to announce our partnership with Animals Anonymous! A brand of Big Dawg Shirt Shack, Animals Anonymous creates unique apparel designs featuring your favorite animals (and mine, the tiger!) Purchase a shirt with Animals Anonymous and a portion of the proceeds will go towards WildHeart, helping us provide

  • Interested in helping us out?

    We need help! WildHeart is a small operation and we’re trying to grow. During this process we appreciate all the help we can get. Right now our biggest need is help with our website. It’s up and running, but far from complete. We’re running WordPress 4.2.2 with a paid theme.

  • Big thanks to O’Shea Creative!

      Kelly O’Shea, of O’Shea Creative, designed our wonderful logo. Kelly has been a friend of mine for quite a while now, and I’m extremely thankful she has helped me and the foundation with this. The concept of a lion with a heart shaped mane had been in my mind